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Gallery: FAU Baseball loses to University of Florida 10-8

Gallery: FAU Baseball loses to University of Florida 10-8

February 25, 2015

The Florida Atlantic University Owls (6-2) fell to University of Florida Gators (7-1) after leading for much of the game. The...

Weekly Web Gallery: Slam Poetry, Baseball, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, David McCollough, Atlantic Shuttle

Weekly Web Gallery: Slam Poetry, Baseball, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, David McCollough, Atlantic Shuttle

February 23, 2015

Max Jackson| Photo Editor The Atlantic Shuttle.   Tim Murphy | Contributing Photographer McCullough let everyone know he was enjoying the weather consid...

Gallery: Owl’s Baseball beat OSU 2-1 in series

Gallery: Owl’s Baseball beat OSU 2-1 in series

February 23, 2015

Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor Friday night’s starting pitcher Kyle Miller (17) only allowed five hits in five inning...

Gallery: Owl’s Baseball Beats UM 5-3 Wednesday Night

Gallery: Owl’s Baseball Beats UM 5-3 Wednesday Night

February 19, 2015

Michelle Friswell | Associate Editor University of Miami fans packed the house for a cold Wednesday night game. Michelle Frisw...

GALLERY: Let me take a #selfie

GALLERY: Let me take a #selfie

April 23, 2014

"I only got 10 likes in the last five minutes.  Do you think I should take it down?  Let me take another selfie." The Chainsmokers,...

FAU’s season ends with 12-11 loss to top seeded North Carolina in 13 innings

Zack Kelberman

June 4, 2013

The Owls’ Cinderella run has come to a close –– but the slipper did not fit. In Monday’s wild winner-take-all Chapel Hill Regional championship, FAU was defeated by top seeded North Carolina, 12-11, in 13 innings. Coach John McCormack’s fifth –– and most successful –– season with the team ended as the Owls became the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter and were nationally televised on ESPNU. ...

FAU inches closer to Super Regionals after thrilling wins over Towson, North Carolina

Zack Kelberman

June 3, 2013

All it took was one hit. Behind a clutch Ricky Santiago home run, FAU rallied to defeat top seeded North Carolina, 3-2, in Sunday night’s NCAA Chapel Hill Regional game. The Owls’ 42nd victory kept their season alive, setting up a winner-take-all championship matchup against the Tar Heels on Monday night, with a bid to the Super Regionals o...

FAU staves off NCAA Regional elimination with 14-6 blowout of Canisius

Zack Kelberman

June 1, 2013

The Owls’ bats were conspicuously quiet during Friday’s NCAA Tournament-opening 7-2 loss to Towson. That would change on Saturday. Belting out 14 runs, 12 hits, and three homers, FAU (40-21) drubbed Canisius College, 14-6, staving off elimination in the Chapel Hill Regional bracket. It didn’t take long for the Owls’ offense to make its mark against the Golde...

FAU opens NCAA Regional Tournament with 7-2 loss to Towson

Mohamed Abdihakim

May 31, 2013

The No. 2 seeded (and Sun Belt tourney champion) Owls began NCAA Regional Tournament play in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Friday afternoon against No. 3 seed Towson. Unfortunately for FAU (39-21), it didn’t go as planned, as they were handily defeated by Towson 7-2, ending their 11-game winning streak. For the most part, the Owls’ offense was largely nonexistent, mustering a mere four hits ...

Starting strong

April 5, 2010

SPORTS- BASEBALL Through 24 games, FAU's baseball team has won each three-game series they have played in. But the team's 15-9 start has not only placed the Owls in third place of the Sun Belt Conference, it has also boosted their confidence heading into the second half of the season. The Owls (6-3 in conference play) will be hoping to carry some of...

Baseball team hoping for Cinderella story

May 27, 2009

If someone told you before the beginning of the season that the FAU baseball team would have to scrape and claw just to make the final seed of the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) tournament, it would have been hard to believe. After a successful 2008 season — which included a win over the then-No. 1 ranked Miami Hurricanes and the dominance of former...

Back on the right track

April 20, 2009

Solid pitching and timely hitting allowed FAU to end a six-game losing streak as the Owls defeated Bethune-Cookman 11-5. FAU freshman pitcher Hugh Adams set the tone early in his first collegiate start by keeping the Wildcats hitless for over four innings. Senior outfielder David Wilson provided the offensive spark, going two for two with a two-run...